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International Partnership Programme: Space for Disaster Resilience in Developing Countries

This report outlines why and how the space industry has a critical role to play in addressing major challenges within disaster resilience in emerging and developing economies.


Report: Space for Disaster Resilience in Developing Countries

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The report is produced under the International Partnership Programme, a five-year, £152 million programme run by the UK Space Agency. IPP uses the UK space sector’s research and innovation strengths to deliver a sustainable, economic and societal benefit to developing countries. Projects within IPP span a whole range of themes including: building disaster resilience; improving agriculture; reducing deforestation; preventing and reducing maritime pollution and illegal fishing; and optimising renewable energy production.

Published 4 October 2018